The following process describes an effective way you can work with affirmations.
The first stage gets you into the appropriate state of mind for impressing the affirmation upon your subconscious. When working with affirmations, you may want to align yourself with the source of all power, or if you prefer, your own inner power to create changes in your life, by writing appropriate affirmations.
Here are few samples of such affirmations:
The second stage of writing affirmations consists of your "goal-specific" affirmations. Your affirmations should also be specific. Your affirmations will be even more effective if you incorporate "feeling" words into your affirmations. Certain types of general affirmations do work well, too.
The affirmations you write will work in conjunction with the beliefs which are already impressed upon your subconscious mind. Can you get those things with affirmations? (affirmation) (response) (affirmation) (response) (affirmation)
The third stage of the affirmation process consists of closing the process. While writing affirmations, you can write down "gratitude" affirmations acknowledging the acceptance of the blessings (change) you have just asked for. Some examples of these affirmations are:
One of the terms you may have come across in your reading or listening about positive thinking is "positive affirmations"; but what is a positive affirmation?
What Aspects of Self Improvement Can Positive Affirmations Be Applied To?
When Should You Use Positive Affirmations?
With positive affirmations, you are making positive statements to your subconscious, with the expectation that your subconscious mind will absorb those affirmations and treat them as reality. 1. I find positive affirmations effective at night time, just before sleep. As you relax and unwind, start mentally going through the positive affirmations you want to feed to your subconscious mind.
You can repeat your affirmations any time you want. What is important is that you repeat the affirmations regularly.